Calabre Bed and Breakfast

127 Fourth West Street, Bluff, Utah, 84512, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bluff

Monument Valley & Moonlight Springs Ranch

A travel blog entry by finnegan


We had breakfast catered by Twin Rocks Cafe. We drove a short distance to Fort Bluff; a recreated settlement from the 1800's. In 1880, Brigham Young called 250 people to settle the San Juan Territory. Using a route known as the "Escalante Short Cut," the pioneers took 6 months to complete the journey which was expected to take 6 weeks. They traveled over the Hole-in-the-Rock-Trail in difficult and wintry conditions. With 58 wagons and ...

Antelope Canyon & Glen Canyon

A travel blog entry by finnegan


... to Monument Valley in Navajo Nation. These monuments have heights of 400 to 1,000 feet. We arrived at Gouldings. The Gouldings, Harry & Leone (Mike) settled here in the 1920's, built a trading post and traded with the Navajo. In 1938, the Depression created an opportunity for the Gouldings to go to Hollywood where they convinced John Ford to come to Monument Valley for his next film. He came here to film "Stagecoach" with ...

Goosenecks ... Natural Bridges ... Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by elainehayes


... road carved into the face of the cliff edge of Cedar Mesa, winding 1,200 ft to the top. It was constructed in the 1950s so lorries could haul ore from the Happy Jack Mine on Cedar Mesa to the mill near Mexican Hat, and still provides breathtaking views of the Valley of the Gods below. Once at the top, quite safely, we continued to Natural Bridges, ...

DAY 11 - Pea soup

A travel blog entry by tim-n-charlene


... which allowed us to make up considerable time. However, photo ops in Monument Valley slowed us down somewhat. I had also been hoping to ride the Mogi Dugway (more on that tomorrow) but given the rain and lateness of the hour we were pressing on to Blanding, UT. Until, that is, we crossed the San Juan River, rounded the bend, and saw motorcycles parked outside each of the three or four motels. A game-day change of ...

Grand Canyon, Vegas & Mystery Valley

A travel blog entry by benny_and_loz


... but I guess the heat was warming everything up and because we were driving the tanks were sloshing around & so the smell was coming out... You know the smell a port-a-loo can get in the heat? Yep that's what we were experiencing - so gross!!! We had seen quite a few servos over here that have sani-dumps for RV's but of course today when we wanted one there was not a single one to be found. Murphy's law. In the end we just pulled into an RV park we were passing and paid ...


This B&B, located on 127 Fourth West Street, Bluff, is near Comb Ridge and Twin Rocks Trading Post.
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